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hi,

i have a database that i have done for a client, which has about 5 CREATE VIEWS in the mysql database, i need to backup the database and then import it into a new database for another client who wants the same thing.

problem i have is i can backup all the tables fine and import its the views that include the old database name in it.

i could go through it but this could take sometime and also i may need to do again.

so i need a way of backing up the full database including views so i can import into any other blank database i create?

i tried an export of SQL file but it creates it like mentioned above or creates the views as tabls which then do not work.

need help please?

many thanks

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Select the database in the dropdown -> export tab -> Start button -> Depending on the options you selected phpmyadmin will return a sql file or you see it in a textarea.

~G

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got it working, if i backup the views one by one it only puts the database name at the start of the query rather throughout all the joins etc.

thanks

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